Best Memphis Area Pumpkin Patches 2023

One of the best ways to celebrate the fall season is with a trip to the pumpkin patch. Here's a list of places to find the perfect pumpkin this year in Memphis. 

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Jones Orchard

Jones Orchard

6880 Singleton Parkway, Millington

Jones Orchard goes all out for their annual fall and spooky Halloween fun. They have plenty of pre-picked pumpkins, pretty fall displays, hay bales, and cornstalks at the market stand on Singleton Parkway, open daily 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. through the season. You can also find pumpkins at the 7170 Highway 51 Jones Orchard location. Then ten-acre corn maze and Festival of Fear opens Oct. 6th.

Country Gardens Pumpkin Patch

7858 Smythe Farm Road

Located next to the Agricenter, the location isn't the only convenience with this pumpkin patch. You can find everything you need from pumpkins, hay bales, corn stalks, mums, and more plus still feel the charm of venturing out to a pumpkin patch. Cute background for photos included! The mums here are some of the most beautiful ones I've seen.

Priddy Farms Pumpkin Patch


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4595 N. Germantown Rd., Bartlett

Head out to Priddy Farms for a lot of family fun. Explore the pumpkin patch, corn maze, take a train and hay ride, inflatables, petting zoo, build a a scarecrow, or walk through the haunted woods. From a peak at their Instagram, it's clear there are cute backdrops to capture some fall photos.

Falcon Ridge Farms

22630 Highway 18 North
Toone, Tennessee

It’s a 1.5 hour drive from Memphis, but Falcon Ridge has a corn maze, pumpkin patch with lots of varieties, hayrides, pony rides, petting zoo, corn cannon, photo props, corn maze, and more. Children (ages 3-10) will receive a small pumpkin with their admission.

Second Baptist Church Pumpkin Patch

4680 Walnut Grove

A one-stop shop for fall decorations. The Second Baptist Pumpkin Patch offers pumpkins and gourds of all shapes, sizes, and colors along with hay bales, flowers, carving kits and more.  There are also photo areas to grab pictures at and complimentary slice of pumpkin bread – baked daily by church members. All proceeds from the Second Baptist Pumpkin Patch support student missions for children and ministries. The patch opens for the season on Sept. 30th.

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Pumpkins at 2nd Baptist Church

Midtown Nursery

2396 Poplar Ave.

Midtown Nursery has a ton of pre-picked pumpkins, perennials, and mums available. This is a perfect spot to get those fall staples for those in a hurry. Pumpkins come in all shapes, sizes, and colors.


Tom’s Farm

1665 Murrell Rd. Rossville

Tom’s Farm, just east of Collierville, has a pumpkin patch, a corn maze, fall displays, a playground, hay rides and more. There's also a new haunted attraction, Torment, open Fridays and Saturdays on October.

Hotshot Farms

9374 Hwy 51, Millington

During the fall, Hotshot Farms has a pumpkin patch open for the public to pick pumpkins and to visit the animal sanctuary. There are games for kids, photo backdrops, and more. Highly recommend staying plugged in to their social pages for more information on when the season will be ready.

Dixon Gallery & Gardens

4339 Park Ave.

Not really a pumpkin patch: but you can fight the influencers for a spot at the Instagram-friendly pumpkin house at the Dixon which makes its return this October. Stick around to see the beauty of the gardens in autumn. Dixon admission is FREE through 2024.

For more fall fun:

pile of pumpkins in unique colors: white, light green, and more
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